She's a fashionista but did she get this look right?
Eku Edewor has been wearing the best of African designs lately as she and her TV crew escaped to the peaceful nation of Cameroon for the 2014 Ecran Noir Film Festival. Her recent look saw the TV host in a traditional Toghu fabric originally from the North West Region of Cameroon, but did she nail the look?
Eku donned the a blouse and a wrapper all in the native Toghu fabric and complimented her look by tying her head with the same material and added some trad-beads to glam it up! With lighter jewelleries and her signature red lipstick and smokey eyes, the Studio 53 Extra host was a Cameroonian full-breed.
She posted her trad-fab look on her Instagram with the caption, "North West Chick #yde #kamer #237 #traditional #heinmere".
Toghu is an ancient fabric used by royals of the North West Region of Cameroon but also came into international limelight when Cameroonian award winning fashion designer, Kibonen NY placed it on the runway home and abroad.
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